- TripBuzz found 97 things to do with kids in or near Belleville, Illinois, including 85 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Louis, Edwardsville, Collinsville and Fenton.
- From The Edge to Fun Spot Skating Center, the Belleville area offers 68 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Family Fun Center, History Museums and Parks.
- French for 'Beautiful City,' Belleville is the most popular eastern suburb of St, Louis and is located less than half an hour away from the metropolis. Music is a large part of the culture of Belleville with the 2nd oldest philharmonic orchestra in the country being the Belleville Philharmonic Society. Popular events hosted throughout the year include the Ale Fest, Art on the Square, Oktoberfest, many other cultural events.
The longest zip line at the company, Grafton Zipline, is called the 'Soaring Eagle' and measures around two thousand feet in length. The minimum weight to be able to participate is 45 pounds and the maximum is 250 pounds.
74% 23 votes
7295 Highway 94 South, St. Charles, MO 63304 MoreLess Info
The Weldon Spring Site Interpretive Center tells the story of land that used to house three towns, and now houses a 75-foot tall disposal cell that contains nuclear waste. The site includes photos and cleanup information.
58% 12 votes
8070 Veteran's Memorial Parkway, St. Peters, MO 63376 MoreLess Info
A 38-lane bowling center, Brunswick Zone XL - St. Peters offers open and league bowling along with a laser tag arena. The center provides a bar and grill, billiard tables, private event rooms and arcade game machines.
25% 4 votes
3051 Industrial Park Pl W, St. Peters, MO 63376 MoreLess Info
A sports facility, Matteson Square Gardens Tri Plex hosts leagues for youth and adult soccer and hockey leagues. Leagues are available for men and women, and there are coed leagues, as well.
The River City Rascals are an independent minor league baseball club who play their games in T. R. Hughes ballpark. The team plays A-level baseball in the Frontier League, and offers numerous promotional events throughout the summer season.
T R Hughes Ballpark stadium is used primarily for baseball, and is the home field of the River City Rascals Frontier League and the local high school team. It seats 3,500 people, plus lawn and bleachers that hold 1,650 people.
Named for the legendary shortstop, the Ozzie Smith Sports Complex is home to an array of well-maintained baseball and softball fields. Part of the complex is the T.R Hughes Ballpark, which is home to a minor league baseball team.
Named after O'Fallon's favorite mayor of the 19th century, Westhoff Park is situated on 65-acres of land. The park offers two lighted baseball diamonds, two softball fields, a sand volleyball court, and a small skate park.